CRITICAL EVALUATION OF REVOLUTIONARY TRANSFORMATION OF INDIAN HOSPITAL AFTER THE REPERCUSSION OF EPIDEMIC (COVID-19).

Authors

  • Dr Manikant Dubey, Dr Vineet Sengar, Ms Shweta Singh Author

Abstract

Objectives of the Research: This research is based upon an examine review of performance of government and private hospitals during the COVID-19 and evaluate the post Covid changes happened in the hospitals. The result of reports, vaccination available, facilities available etc are the main focal points of the research.

Methodology: Both primary and secondary data are used in the research. For analyzing the data,

different calculation available in SPSS were calculated. The crucial data was composed through

a survey and one to one interview. The derived data was collected through government websites.

Results: the prima faces facts are clearly expressed that the condition of the government hospitals were very poor. In terms of reliability, facilities and equipment’s available, the government hospitals were far behind from the private hospitals. On the other hand, the cost of treatment in the private hospitals was very high and not possible to afford by everyone. After a lesson had been learnt, now the condition of the government hospitals is quiet improved, but the long way to go.

Originality: This research is completely conducted by the researchers. They used the data from different websites, journal and periodicals. But the analysis and findings had been completed by the researchers.

Social Applicability: The main focus of the research is to give some fruitful suggestions to the Indian government to improve the working conditions and medical facilities in the government hospitals. The major Indian population is staying in the rural areas where the maximum medical facilities are not up to the marks and sufficient to meet out any epidemic situation in those areas. 

Conclusion: the large population, unskilled medical staff, no vaccine is available and high cost of treatment were the major reasons of the sudden collapse of the nation. After first wave of COVID, the second wave was more disaster. But discovery of vaccine helped the nation to stand again.

 

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Published

2024-03-22

How to Cite

CRITICAL EVALUATION OF REVOLUTIONARY TRANSFORMATION OF INDIAN HOSPITAL AFTER THE REPERCUSSION OF EPIDEMIC (COVID-19). (2024). International Development Planning Review, 23(1), 1837-1850. https://idpr.org.uk/index.php/idpr/article/view/279